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  • paprika
  • ketchup or puree
  • hot water
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  • pepper
  • soya sauce
  • lemon juice
  • brown sugar
  • butter
  • Aparagus spears
  • Olive oil
BBQ

Baby back ribs have less fat and cook more quickly than spare ribs. For an attractive presentation, tie the ribs together in pairs with bok choy and scallions. They can be served as a starter or as a main course.

ready in about an hour; serves 3
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  • For the glaze:
  • hoisin sauce
  • honey
  • vinegar
  • grated fresh ginger
  • minced garlic
  • sesame oil
  • curry powder
  • pork baby back ribs
  • Kosher salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • sesame seeds
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  • Ingredients
  • * 1 tablespoon coarse salt
  • * 1 tablespoon olive oil
Belongs to largomason Barbecue sauce 
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  • minced garlic
  • dried chili flakes
  • ground black pepper
  • ground allspice
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  • sesame oil
  • white sugar
  • reduced sodium soy sauce
  • tbl toasted sesame seeds
  • red pepper flakes
  • Korean short-ribs
Belongs to thehappyfrog08 Steak Tips 
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  • Italian-style salad dressing
  • garlic pepper seasoning
  • barbeque sauce
  • beef sirloin tip steaks
Belongs to teacherrap Steak Tips 
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  • Worcestershire sauce
  • Italian-style salad dressing
  • garlic pepper seasoning
  • barbeque sauce
  • beef sirloin tip steaks

Hamburgers are easily one of America’s most popular foods and the true test of a grill cook. A great grilled burger is well browned on the exterior and juicy and tender on the inside. But they rarely turn out that way. More likely, they are gray, tough, and bland. We wanted to make the ultimate no-holds-barred burger. Here’s what we discovered:

Test Kitchen Discoveries

Make a “panade”—a blend of breadcrumbs and milk—to bind the burgers together.

Add bacon fat to the beef mixture. The rich, smoky-tasting fat adds flavor and will keep the meat moist.

A little minced garlic goes far in flavoring the meat.

Be gentle with the beef mixture while mixing and shaping the burgers. Overworking will yield tough, dense burgers.

For this recipe, you want ground beef that is 85 percent to 90 percent lean. With the added bacon fat, 80 percent lean beef will make slightly greasy burgers. Crumble the cooked bacon slices over a salad, or use the slices as a burger topping.

ready in about 25 minutes; serves 4
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  • milk
  • table salt
  • ground black pepper
  • Vegetable oil for grill rack
  • bacon
Use either your favorite homemade BBQ sauce or a store-bought sauce. Our favorite brand is Bull’s-Eye Original Barbecue Sauce.
ready in about 25 minutes; serves 4
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  • Salt and pepper
  • barbecue sauce
  • minced chipotle chile in adobo
  • water
  • shredded cheddar cheese